VIDEO: Throwback clip of Jose Mourinho foretelling about Dele Alli’s decline in football goes viral after Besiktas coach, Senol Gunes, publicly slams him KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, November 2, 2022

VIDEO: Throwback clip of Jose Mourinho foretelling about Dele Alli’s decline in football goes viral after Besiktas coach, Senol Gunes, publicly slams him

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Throwback clip of Jose Mourinho foretelling about Dele Alli’s decline in football goes viral after Besiktas coach, Senol Gunes, publicly slams him. (Read More Here).

Dele Alli's career has taken another disappointing turn, after his current coach declared he was way off the expected standard. Alli has suffered a quick reversal of fortunes despite being one of the brightest prospects in the English Premier League a few years back.

Alli started his spell in Turkey brightly, where he scored his first league goal in over a year in his second game for Besiktas. However, he suffered a hamstring injury and after his full recovery, has been substituted in every game he has played so far.

Once tipped to be one of the best players in world football, Alli is now facing a real prospect of seeing his stint in English football come to an end. A former MK Dons man, Alli initially came into the limelight at Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino.

Sent on loan to Turkey from Everton in order to rebuild his career after a dramatic fall from grace at Tottenham, the move is yet to work out for the 26-year-old.

While the former England midfielder scored his first goal in over year on his second appearance for the Istanbul giants, a hamstring injury has since derailed his season.

After missing two games, Dele has not lasted the full 90 minutes in any of his last five appearances amid a change in management.

Gunes replaced former West Bromwich Albion boss Valerien Ismael late last month and appears to take a dim view of Dele’s ability to make an impact in his team.

With Gunes prepared to take charge of Besiktas for the first time since 2019 in Saturday’s huge Istanbul derby with Galatasaray, the former Turkey boss gave short shrift to the idea his arrival could offer something of a spark.

"I couldn’t affect the players [yet], now I can easily touch them, but we haven’t touched Dele Alli yet,” he said.

“Let’s not discuss Dele Alli as a player, but he is below expectations in terms of efficiency.”

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